Gifts, Confession, Consistency, Schedule

I believe that God has enabled me to write for the purpose of glorifying Him and building up His Church. I don’t believe that He has made me a great writer. I have no plans for fame and greatness. Yet, He has given me abilities to shepherd, to teach, and to write. These abilities are gifts from Him, and, as a steward, I want to be found faithful (1 Corinthians 4:2).

It is good to confess our faults to one another and pray for one another (James 5:16). I must confess I have not been a good steward of some of God’s gifts. I have neglected regular published writing for the Church’s edification.

I do not have a large following on this blog, and I have no idea if I ever will. That’s not the point anyway. The numbers game is a farce, and I don’t want to be guilty of playing it. Each person who reads this blog is precious in the sight of God, and I am a steward of what is made available to you on this blog for your good. The purpose of this blog is to provide each of you with a biblical foundation for life. In order to continue doing that I must be more consistent in posting here.

I have set a goal for myself for consistently posting on this blog. I want to post something at least three times each week.  My goal is to post something every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. This goal may have to change over time. I will post any updates in the future.

For now, as a minimum, I want to publish on this blog every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. It may be a small post like one of the Scripture prayers, or it may be a longer one like the featured post on family worship. I may publish more than this some weeks. However, I want to at least post three days each week.

Pray for me as I try to develop the abilities God has graciously given to me. Pray that I will use these gifts to build up the body and glorify God (Ephesians 4:7-16; 1 Peter 4:10-11). Pray that I would keep my eyes away from numbers and focus on the stewardship God has given to me.

Thanks for your part in this blog,

Brother Bill